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Clinician Clinton Anderson is world-renowned for his innovative horsemanship Method that has helped thousands of horse owners safely and effectively enjoy with their equine partners. Each episode of Downunder Horsemanship features Clinton sharing the proven results of his method and working with horse owners one-on-one to solve common behavioral and riding problems as well as advancing their horsemanship. Clinton’s easy to understand, practical instruction offers something for every level of rider.
At age 17, Clinton left Gordon McKinlay and began working for Ian Francis, nationally acclaimed Australian horse trainer in Gympie, Queensland. Clinton worked steadily with Ian for one year, and then used his knowledge and expertise to begin his own training facility.
Clinton continued his own training and clinics until coming to the United States in 1996 for a brief apprenticeship with Al Dunning, winner of multiple AQHA World Championships. Clinton then returned to Australia and his horse training business. In October of 1997, Clinton officially made the United States his home where he began training, touring and conducting clinics.
In 2001, he became the first clinician to create a made-for-TV horse-training program that aired on RFD-TV. The use of untrained horses and a variety of topics covering common problems faced by horse owners quickly made Downunder Horsemanship the network’s number one equine program. In 2011, Clinton, again, proved he is an industry leader and pioneer by launching his show on Fox Sports Net– a national broadcast station that reaches 80 million viewers.
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Stockbridge woman to appear on Sunday's "Downunder Horsemanship" with ...
Jan 19, 2012 • The Jackson Citizen Patriot - MLive.comWhen Kim Powers sent a question to renown horse trainer Clinton Anderson, little did she know it would lead to Anderson visiting her Stockbridge home. That visit, which occurred in late October, will be featured on Anderson's syndicated television show ... More
USFS: Eiler Fire Grows to 23000 Acres: Eight Homes Lost So far
Aug 3, 2014 • Action News NowThe United States Fire Service says the Eiler Fire has grown to nearly 23,000 acres with still 0 percent contaiment at this time. Evacuations orders remain in effect for the communities of Hat Creek, Cassel, Big Eddy Estates, and Johnson Park in ... More